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thickness.m
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William Stein
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December 12, 1999
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There is a computation that might be easy for you to make, that might
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shed light on whether or not the topological closure of the set of modular
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Galois representations (in the universal deformation space) contains an
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open set. Tell me whether or not this is feasible. Start, say, with the
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Fourier expansion mod 3 of the newform of weight two of level 11 (call it
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w) but I want to ignore the Euler factor at 3, i.e., I want to ignore the
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Fourier coefficents a_n where n is divisible by 3. Now look for eigenforms
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of arbitrary weight, of level 33, whose Fourier coefficients are in Z_3 and
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are congruent to those of w modulo 3 (ignoring the Fourier coefficents a_n
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where n is divisible by 3). Every time you find one, RECORD its Fourier
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expansion modulo 9 (again ignoring the Fourier coefficents a_n where n is
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divisible by 3). Count the number of these ( Fourier expansion modulo 9
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ignoring the Fourier coefficents a_n where n is divisible by 3) that you
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get. Do you get 27 of them?
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/*
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Step 1: Start, say, with the
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Fourier expansion mod 3 of the newform of weight two of level 11 (call it
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w) but I want to ignore the Euler factor at 3, i.e., I want to ignore the
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Fourier coefficents a_n where n is divisible by 3.
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*/
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prec := 37;
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"Precision: ", prec;
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: n in [1..Degree(g)]];
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end function;
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w := To_pAdic(qEigenform(ModularFactor("11k2A"),prec), 3, q);
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"w = ", w;
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/*
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Step 2: Now look for eigenforms
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of arbitrary weight, of level 33, whose Fourier coefficients are in Z_3 and
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are congruent to those of w modulo 3 (ignoring the Fourier coefficents a_n
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where n is divisible by 3).
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*/
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function ValPrimeTo(f,p)
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if f eq 0 then
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return 99999999999;
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end if;
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v, pos := Min([Valuation(Coefficient(f,i)) : i in [1..Degree(f)]
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| (i mod p ne 0) and Valuation(Coefficient(f,i)) ne 0]);
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return v;
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end function;
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function IsCongruentToW(f)
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return ValPrimeTo(f-w,3) ge 1;
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end function;
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function pDeprive(f,p)
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R<q> := Parent(f);
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for i in [1..Ceiling(Degree(f)/3)] do
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f -:= Coefficient(f,3*i)*q^(3*i);
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end for;
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return f;
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end function;
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function Level33Search(k1, k2)
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R9 := PowerSeriesRing(Integers(9));
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RZ := PowerSeriesRing(Integers());
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nearby_forms := [R9|];
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for k in [w : w in [k1..k2] | IsEven(w)] do
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"k = ",k;
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v := ZpRationalNewforms(11,k,3,prec)
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cat ZpRationalNewforms(33,k,3,prec);
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"v = ", v;
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for f in v do
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if IsCongruentToW(f) then
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g := pDeprive(R9!(RZ!f),3);
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Append(~nearby_forms, g);
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"g = ",g;
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end if;
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end for;
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end for;
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return nearby_forms;
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end function;